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Old 12-06-2010, 07:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Northeast snow wheeling pics

Seeing as we are getting into the winter season, lets see some winter wheeling pics! I'll start (no snow yet- and yes I know its not wheeling, but first ride in the jeep after a 2 year frame-off ) And I'll certainly have SNOW pics to come!
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Old 12-06-2010, 07:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just a few pics, Western Maine Mountain Jeepers December run.






not very much snow, and only two jeeps cause the rest couldnt come, but a good day none-the-less
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:58 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice! I think we are going Jan 2nd for the first run of '11 in Lewiston
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Old 12-07-2010, 07:21 AM   #4 (permalink)
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djljeep..... only 2 showed up? I heard a few more than that would be there....hhhmm
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yep all of the bethel guys had to plow and such (I did my plowing early) And none of the midcoast guys were able to come. I think Tj and Jason had some other ride, Rodney had something come up. Skip was there and Ben was there And Dave and I rode along with them. I don't know where everybody else was, i think the roads had something to do with it...
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:11 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Who do you wheel with from the midcoast?
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The Copelands, Aho, sometimes bill patten? and mark tibbets, jason grindell
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yep all of the bethel guys had to plow and such (I did my plowing early) And none of the midcoast guys were able to come. I think Tj and Jason had some other ride, Rodney had something come up. Skip was there and Ben was there And Dave and I rode along with them. I don't know where everybody else was, i think the roads had something to do with it...
T.J. and Jason went down to Johns place in NH. Rodney did have something come up. I got a lot of flack from T.J for not showing up in the Rover... oh well.
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heres some older pics of snow wheeling
http://s114.photobucket.com/albums/n...ow%20run%2007/
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no snow here yet so old snow pic's...

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The past few nights after work I've gone out to check out the snow situation... Some VERY nice powder in the woods

















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Some more. Was out by myself yesterday without even the puppy or big dog, so mostly just enjoyed the peacefulness of the woods and snapped some pics















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I miss Paragon Those were fun trips we had when it was cold and the place was not crowded. Especially the one where you, me and Jason did 2 days worth of trails in one day.

I have pretty much lost interest in winter wheeling the last few years. The closest I get now is driving to work in the snow and even that's not fun anymore
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Yeah Chris those were the days. I still go winter wheeling and the PS is usually open...
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pics from years past with some unibodies





same jeep a month later
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no snow here yet, so this is old

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Some more. Was out by myself yesterday without even the puppy or big dog, so mostly just enjoyed the peacefulness of the woods and snapped some pics
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Rok-Park Winter Wheeling...

Here's a couple from last January with nearly 3 feet of snow in some spots:



A little winter wheelin' in the Garage... out with the old, in with the new:


Charlie M. checking the throttle for full travel and rev limiter... last shakedown run before KOH 2010.



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nice pics rover...

you guys doing anything this winter? I'm pretty sick of going out by myself
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Went out again on Saturday to grab another load of firewood and mess around breaking some trail. Here's some pics to entice others to post more...




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The BFG KM2's have shit for lateral traction. So sick of sliding/almost sliding into trees and rocks in off camber situations already.
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nice pics rover...

you guys doing anything this winter? I'm pretty sick of going out by myself
yah.. we'll be wheeling and leading (hopefully deep snow) runs just about every weekend as usual after the Holidays...


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....still waiting on snow here in southern Maine.... Looks like we gotta go northbound
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....still waiting on snow here in southern Maine.... Looks like we gotta go northbound


Do they plow all the logging roads up north during the winter? I did a "tour" of Maine with the GF in June and had a lot of fun. Hit Millenocket via logging roads and headed way up by the border and back down the east end, and back down through the coast. Good times. Almost hit Canada in the woods a few times without realizing it??

Would love to get up there and actually do some wheeling. Bringing the truck next time instead of the corolla
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some of the active roads get plowed, but only as far as yards, and they don't plow it if they arent using it.
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